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Using shift operator in VHDL code

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hi,

I am using left shift operator in my vhdl code, but it is showing error.

are these operators synthesizable ?

can anyone help me with a vhdl code using shift operators

thanks in advance
 

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Re: shift operator in vhdl

Post some code so we can answer.
Yes VHDL has shift operators for specific types.
 

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Re: shift operator in vhdl

You'll find the legal syntax and type combinations by inspecting the library source of the arithmetic package you are using.
 
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